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Plaquemines Parish President says "we're blessed"

PLAQUEMINES PARISH– Plaquemines Parish, one of the most vulnerable parts of the state due to it’s position on the Mississippi River, is counting blessings today after Hurricane Nate took an easterly track last night. 124 more words

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Big Breezy Big Easy

It was an unseasonably crispy Cinco de Mayo in Southeast Louisiana. Air temps were tolerable in the low fifties, but the prevailing winds had blown almost every ounce of water out of Plaquemines Parish. 239 more words

Harvey tidal surge causes breach in private levee near Phillips 66 Refinery

PLAQUEMINES PARISH, La. – A private levee collapsed in rural Plaquemines Parish this morning after a tidal surge from Hurricane Harvey reached the area.

The levee is located in private land near the Phillips 66 Refinery in Alliance, according to Plaquemines Parish officials. 111 more words

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B&W with wide angle lens: Natchitoches and Plaquemines Parishes

This is actually in NOLA, one of the cemeteries in Central City:

Slave cabins of Magnolia Plantation near Natchitoches:

Grave house at Bay Springs Cemetery in Natchitoches Parish: 19 more words

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B&W with wide angle: Plaquemines Parish, LA

The end of LA-23 past the town of Venice:

Plaquemines Parish courthouse in Point a la Hache. This burned down in the 1990s and they’re finally re-building it. 23 more words

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Plaquemines Parish Seafood Festival 2017

Plaquemines Parish Seafood Festival

  • May 19 – 21, 2017
  • Address
    • 225 F. Edward Hebert Blvd., just off of Woodland Hwy.
    • Belle Chasse, LA
  • Tickets
    • $5 Admission…
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